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Canonical releases complete component list for Ubuntu and Linux

Canonical has released handy links to its full certified components and hardware lists for Ubuntu and Linux.

For the first time Canonical has made their complete database of certified components for Ubuntu and Linux available to the public. According to the announcement:

The catalogue gives ODMs a selection of over 1300 certified components from 161 manufacturers, making it the largest list of Linux-compatible components available. It takes advantage of Canonical's position at the heart of the server and PC industry, which enables the company to get components first as it deals globally with a huge range of manufacturers.

Here is the link to the component database: http://www.ubuntu.com/certification/catalog

Here is the link to the Ubuntu-certified hardware list: http://www.ubuntu.com/certification

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9 comments
pgit
pgit

new headline: "Canonical 'outage' baffles three" ("502?" ...or are these users "601!?")

Selena Frye
Selena Frye

The links were working when I posted this and also working when I just checked them, so it must be my magic touch?

pgit
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I'll go first: "Canonical instructs village idiot to sit in corner of roundhouse." your turn =D

seanferd
seanferd

I'll have a whack at it then. "Canonical's certification catalog so secure, it is inaccessible." Yeah. I was disappointed with my attempt as well.

NickNielsen
NickNielsen

You could get to the certification catalog, but not to its contents...

pgit
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I'm getting proxy errors on all the links.. =(